Kyle Scott, PhD, teaches American politics at the University of Houston. He has authored three books. In addition to his books he has authored numerous scholarly articles, served as a guest blogger and spoken to audiences of all levels. Kyle taught and coached at high schools in Texas before receiving his Ph.D. in 2005 from the University of Houston. Kyle has taught American Politics, Political Theory, and Public Law at Miami University, University of North Florida, and the University of Houston. In all of his work Kyle seeks to understand how a society can order itself in order to produce justice, liberty, and virtuous citizenry. His current projects pursue these ideals in the political arena as well as in private and public sector management in an effort to reduce conflict that can result from ethnic and cultural differences.

Kyle is also involved in the North Carolina History Project, American Political Science Association, Midwest Political Science Association, Southern Political Science Association, Reviewer for the “Political Research Quarterly” and “Polis.”